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year's eve shooting in sacramento that left two people dead and three others wounded. sacramento police say that amber scholz started the altercation that prompted the deadly shooting at a bar in old town sacramento monday night oficers say her husband. charles fowler-scholz was also involved before the shooting occurred. the suspected gunman. 22- year-old carlito montoya. was arrested after an armed security guard wounded him during the shooting. the security guard and a women in the bar were also wounded but their injuries are considered non-life threatening. >>> coming up. an oregon teen runs afoul of the law. by running his mouth. on facebook. the status update that got him slapped. with hit-and- run charges. plus. everybody out of the water! where this giant shark was spotted lurking dangerously close to swimmers. >>> in national news. four people are dead after a police standoff in aurora colorado early this morning. officers say a man barricaded himself inside a home. and shot at them from a second story window. police stormed the house and the suspect was killed during a firefig
at a sacramento bar. police arrested a married man and woman who they say was connected with the shooting. sacramento police say 36-year-old amber schultz instigated the fight and her husband was involved in the fight which led to the gun fire by another man. >>> hundreds of people gathered today to remember 19-year-old alyssa byrne who died in lake tahoe over the new year's holiday. the restaurant hosted a fundraiser in memory of the former student athlete. investigators found byrne's body along the road where they expect she died while walking back to her hotel. police say they do not suspect foul play. friends of the family say they are devastated by the loss of their only daughter. >> they are courageous in my opinion. nobody can understand what you are going through with the loss of a sibling or a child. >> alyssa byrne's brother worked at the restaurant. the family asked that the donations be made in her name. >>> a 13-year-old tourist viz tding san francisco from another country was hit by a cab last night. she was rushed to san francisco general hospital with life threatening inju
shooting at a sacramento bar. police arrested a married man and woman who say are connected to the shooting in which two people were killed and three others were wounded. sacramento police say 36-year-old amber schultz instigated a fight. her husband was involved in that fight that led to gun fire. the couple was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. >>> hundreds of people gathered today in petaluma to remember 19-year-old alyssa irn about who died in lake tahoe over to holiday. beyond the glory restaurant hosted a fundraiser in memory of the former student athlete who reportedly knew almost every one in town. investigators found byrne's body along the road in tahoe where they suspect she died while walking back to a hotel after a new years eve concert. police do not suspect foul play. friends of the family say they are devastated by the loss of their only daughter. >> they've been, from my observations, on other interviews. they are courageous in my opinion. certainly nobody could understand fully what you're going through with the loss of a sibling or child. all of our hearts here go
's a little light rain cell over sacramento, stockton, modesto. here in the bay area pretty dry right now, but that could change. you know, you can always keep up with what's going on at abc7news.com. >>> congress has approved a $9.7 billion flood insurance measure to help victims of hurricane sandy, but it was a vote that was not only delayed for several days, but also less than what was wanted by new york and new jersey officials. abc news reporter david curly has more on how victims are reacting. >> debris is covering lots surrounded by damages houses. it's the house of representatives that residents are seething about. >> maybe they should come and live at my house. they wouldn't take it. after a week they would want out of here. >> you can tell we had a floor and we had to rip it out. >> ann marie has stayed in her damaged home. weeks without electricity, warm food from the red cross, $2,400.00 from fema, but nothing from her insurance company, which says it's waiting for government flood insurance money. congress finally passed $9 billion to help pay out more flood claims, after nor
that out. most of the rain moved into the sacramento valley and down around the monterey peninsula, still light showers around the bay, not on the north bay and now on the peninsula. a little touch of it out on the east bay. livermore had light rain about an hour ago and pushed toward the altamonte pass and down to the south bay, now it's headed down toward morgan hill and hollister. a few showers early today, clearing and cool this afternoon and then high and dry for a little while and for a change. rainfall totals, boy, look at marin county up at the ferry terminal -- livermore 1/4 inch. low spinning over southern california and some aliens have blocked this part of the satellite data. we will have to be in touch with them and see what we have to do to get it back. low pressure is going to continue to move into the south lands with some light showers expected in los angeles tomorrow. we will look for showers early and then clearing this afternoon. pinpoint forecast is calling for if you're heading out of the bay area, partly cloudy skies in sacramento after the early morning showers. it
the -- in sacramento has been released from jail. he is accused of injuring four others in a shootout like thousands of people were in old sacramento. montoya faces murder charges and is scheduled to appear in court on tuesday. sacramento's mayor is now proposing a gun buy back program. kevin johnson suggested the idea as officials talked about the response to the shooting. the mayor said giving people cash for guns will help keep weapons off the streets. similar efforts last month in san francisco resulted in hundreds of guns being handed over. >>> they stepped over security to try to stop a recurring problem. the breaks are a prime time for copper thieves to target the schools. the high school was stripped of its metal wiring. they have made an arrest in the case. school hired a security team to curb the problem and they are asking neighbors to keep an eye out for suspicious activity. >> east bay fire activities may be failing to meet the times. this is the only east bay fire department that meets four key benchmarks for protection. they include having four firefighters in each engine and truck an
edwards are charged with murder. >>> sacramento police have made two more arrests in a deadly shooting in old sacramento on new year's eve. 34-year-old charles fowler scholz and amber scholz face charges with a deadly weapon. police believe amber started a fight between her husband and another man, carlito montoya. he is accused of shooting and killing a club bouncer and another restaurant employee. he is in jail. three other people were hurt. >>> authorities say four men from the bay area have been arrested as part of a nationwide federal crackdown on child sexual exploitation. the five-week operation sunflower resulted in the identification of 245 suspects nationwide. in the bay area, the department of homeland security says men were arrested in reasoner park, pleasant hill and san jose. three were arrested on distribution of child pornography. >>> a girl is in critical condition after being hit by a car in san francisco near chinatown. the girl was struck by a white subaru around 8:00 last night while walking with her family on pine street near stockton. she was taken to san francis
year's eve shooting in oakland sacramento. 34-year-old charles fowler- scholz and 36-year-old amber scholz face charges of assault with a deadly weapon. they believe amber scholz instigated a fight between her husband and a man named carlito montoya. three other people were hurt. >>> a police standoff ends with four people dead in a small town still reeling from another mass shooting. how investigators say this one started. >>> the flu is officially here in the bay area. >> the new push to keep people healthy as the number of flu cases double. >> and the nhl may pull through with a partial season and why some say the deal end the hockey player lockout could end many hours. the ktvu 10:00 news continues in 90 seconds [ male announcer ] subway has so many heart-healthy and delicious meals certified by the american heart association. look for the heart check on your favorite subway fresh fit meals, from the tempting turkey breast & black forest ham with spinach to the protein-rich roast beef, and more. all five grams of fat or less. try 'em with juicy, ripe tomatoes, cool cucumbers o
're waiting on a full autopsy to be performed in sacramento before the body can be released. >> ama: hundreds of viewers are leaving condolences for the family on our facebook page. you can join the conversation at facebook.com/abc-7 news. >> a bicyclist nearly avoided serious injuries this afternoon when he fell in front of a muni bus just after 2:00 this afternoon near geary and joan streets in the tenderloin. witnesses say the bicyclist fell off his bike when he clipped a car door. he landed on the pavement in front of the muni bus which farm did -- fortunately did not hit him. the bicyclist was taken to the hospital for evaluation. his condition is unknown. >>> a 13-year-old tourist is in the hospital tonight, suffering from life-threatening injuries after being hit by a car in san francisco. the girl was visiting the city with her family when she was hit by a white subaru. the driver stopped after the accident. no word if the driver will face charges. >>> an online video has sparked more outrage in the case of two high school football players in eastern ohio charged with rape. the area i
to sacramento for an autopsy. memorial services are still pending. >> oakland police are investigating a shooting that left two people wounded. neighbors reported hearing gunshots. a neighbor told us that a local cable technician ran to her for cover right after the shots were fired. >> comcast was here and he said, he was shot at and could he come in. he came in and jumped on the floors. >> your kids. >> already an the floor. >> a short time later the police responded to a car crash less than a mile away. investigators believe that's where the victims crashed their vehicle after being shotful. the two male occupantses were able to take themselves to the hospital. >> new develops in another tragedy to strike the town of aurora, colorado. four people were killed during a hostage standoff. they're all believed to be members of the same family. s.w.a.t. teams were called to a townhome after a woman called nine 9-1-1 to report a shooting. he woman escaped from the house. the neighbors sale the woman's husband fired at officers when they responded. he what later found dead. six months ago 1
evans, cbs news, sacramento. >>> probably seen the big flashing billboards along bay area streets and highways. mainly because well, they're hard to miss. but as cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us some drivers say they're a dangerous distraction. >> reporter: if you drive the bay bridge you've probably seen the bright changing billboards. whether you wanted to or not. and they're all over the bay area. >> they're very distracting to me. >> reporter: steve coleman says paying attention to traffic is hard enough. 100 of those bright billboards have been taken down in l.a. and denver has banned them altogether. >> i agree. they should outlaw them and definitely turn the brightness down. >> i think they're distracting. >> reporter: this driver says since her eyes aren't what they used to be she can use all the concentration she can get. >> i'm kind of visually impaired. it's hard on the eye and it's very distracting. >> reporter: the signs are everywhere. even here on market street. this one says no one should text and drive. anything to get your eyes off the road and on to their
they break a record set back in 1940. let's talk about something other than snow. maybe rain, sacramento, they had some. let's look at the video. some drizzle, a quarter inch to a half inch that slowed down traffic in some place and residuals that will move north and east. back to the west or back to the northwest is where some heavier rain, mountain snows will be falling through the latter half of the weekend. miami this morning has some fog, south florida and so does part of texas, watch out for driving problems there. for now, though, that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home. >> of that 0.4 inches that chicago got yesterday, a twitter follower found this in chicago, a really nice close-up of one of the snowflakes. they're holding on to each one because they've had so little. boston hasn't had a whole lot. north dakota looks really nice, doesn't it? anyone want to take a field trip? >> no. >> it wasn't like that when we were in chicago. >> no, we had big snow. >> the blizzard. >> well, good weather, go figure. >> thank you, ginger. >>> it is the biggest college
, in sacramento, california, reportedly in a fight over a spilled drink, a 22-year-old opened fire in a bar, killing two and wounding two others. in fact, in just those few weeks since the newtown slaughter of the innocent, more than 400 people have died from guns in america. that should boost the last quarter profit margins. so not surprising, the merchants of death are experiencing a happy new year. we can't forget. we mustn't relent. we have to keep talking about this, because wayne lapierre and the nra are insidious and powerful predators. have you seen the reports in both the "journal of the american medical association" and "the washington post" of how, 16 years ago, the nra managed to get congress to pull funding on gun violence studies at the centers for disease control and prevention? and just two years ago, nra henchmen even snuck a provision into the affordable care act that prevents doctors from collecting information on their patients' gun use. as wayne lapierre's brazen call for an armed populace makes clear, the odds don't favor common sense. there are always members of congr
restrict crazy from getting assault weapons. our last call on this is from manuel from west sacramento, california. good morning to you. caller: good morning. glad you took my call. host: go ahead. caller: fine, thank you. i wanted to make mention about the conversation that i hard from some of our police officers here in this area. i won't give their names. nonetheless quite a few were talking and one mentioned during the course of the conversation that he had been there 30 seconds earlier at the school that he would have been able to save half of them. and further on in the conversation the other one said if he had been there 40 seconds earlier he would have been able to save all of them. the third one said if he had been there the crazy jerk wouldn't have gotten in there to begin with. and i have to agree with all three that if you had been there no one would ever have gotten in and if you had seen it occurring outside the school. they have observations out there, i know. another thing, i believe that most of the folks -- not most, let me back that up -- there are a lot of youngster
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